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It is a witty and savage satire of the rise of Hitler - recast by Brecht into a small-time Chicago gangster's takeover of the city's greengrocery trade.
by Chris Golis - 24/04/2018 - 7 comments
Nobel Laureate for Literature (1990), the Mexican poet, essayist and diplomat Octavio Paz died 20 years ago. A visionary and surrealist, his words and ideas created a unity of politics, culture and history.
by Rajgopal Nidamboor - 20/04/2018
The ban on property developer donations is a huge breach in democratic and legal principles.
by Graham Young - 13/04/2018 - 7 comments
All of this – and more – prompted Israel’s Labor Party to sever its historic relations with Corbyn’s Labour Party in early April.
by Russell Grenning - 13/04/2018 - 5 comments
Hungary has slashed illegal immigration by more than 99 per cent
by Russell Grenning - 12/04/2018 - 7 comments
Her hands dripped with the blood of South Africa's people, went a reflective Xoliswa Falati, who formerly knew her and claimed to have gone to prison for her.
by Binoy Kampmark - 9/04/2018 - 4 comments
Can’t we please stick to exporting vegemite, wool and yes – coal?
by Babette Francis - 28/03/2018 - 9 comments
What we need is a new corporate world in which those who chair companies are independent leaders of social respect and honour.
by Everald Compton - 27/03/2018 - 9 comments
It shouldn't be a shock that our corrupt political establishment, insulated by a groupthink that is at once fainthearted and incredibly arrogant, cannot define something better than the status quo.
by Mark Christensen - 15/03/2018 - 1 comment
There are many reasons to be sceptical or even concerned about the ANC under a Ramaphosa presidency.
by Benjamin Hale - 12/03/2018 - 4 comments
A new generation hooked on technology has given up on democracy and shut the door to civil discussion, instead choosing hate, defensiveness and extreme solutions.
by Alice Gallen - 8/03/2018 - 15 comments
Australian voting patterns suggest that although the overall dominance of the main parties remains, voters increasingly vote against a party as opposed to for the opposition.
by Peter McMahon - 19/02/2018 - 7 comments

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